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The petrochemical industry in India has been one of the fastest growing industries in the country. This industry also has immense importance in the growth of economy of the country and the growth and development of manufacturing industry as well. It provides the foundation for manufacturing industries like construction, packaging, pharmaceuticals, agriculture, textiles etc.Petroleum productsare useful materials derived from crude oil (petroleum) as it is processed in oil refineries. Major products of oil refineries includes asphalt, liquefied petroleum gas, diesel fuel, lubricating oils, fuel oils, gasoline, kerosene, paraffin wax, tar, petrochemicals. Product variation is fairly extensive depending on the requirements of the segment served. In many cases, specific customers have their own special requirements.

The lubricating oil and grease are one of the most important sectors of the petrochemical industry. The lubricating oil and grease market in India is of the order of 1.3 million tonnes and is growing at around 4.5% annually. The moderate growth is paradoxically due to the supply of better quality of lubricants which have longer servicing capability. The lubricant market is estimated to grow to the level of 1.42 million tonnes in 2006-07 and to approximately 2 million tonnes in 2014-15.

The Indian lubricants industry claims to be the sixth largest in the world. It has the presence of almost all major MNCs which include Shell, Mobil, Gulf oil, Caltex. Some of these oil majors have even tied up or renewed old ties with public sector undertakings, thereby gaining the advantage of distribution and infrastructural networks. The industry is being constrained by high petroleum prices.

The Lubricants market was dominated by three public sectors refinery companies. One of them is Bharat Petroleum, followed by Indian Oil Corporation and Hindustan Petroleum. Small contributions came in from BPL and private players like Castrol, Lubrizol India and Indian Additives came into existence for manufacturing sophisticated lubricant additives with the collaboration of Lubrizol and Chevron, respectively.

The Lube market consists of two major segments, automotive and industrial, having a market share of 60% and 40%, respectively. Most of the competition is crowding into the first category. In the automotive segment, while cars and two or three wheelers segment accounts for 30% of the market, diesel operated engines, trucks and other heavy vehicles have the bulk share of 70%.

Some of the leading brands include Mobil, Penzoil, Castrol, Servo, Friction, Modifiers, Multi-G, Power Trac, XHD, Elf, Motorol, ESSO, Shell, to name a few.

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Bitumen •Polymer Modified Bitumen •Bitumen Emulsion •Cutback Bitumen

Bitumen is an important low-cost thermoplastic which finds many applications as a building and engineering material; however, bitumen has poor mechanical properties as it is hard and brittle in cold environments and soft and fluid in hot environments. One of the many ways of toughening bitumen is by blending it with synthetic polymers, which can be either virgin or waste polymer. The only materials that have shown a real ability to improve all the required properties are polymers, including thermoplastic, thermo hardening, and elastomeric polymers. Bitumen emulsion is a mixture of fine droplets of bitumen and water. But as the bitumen is a petroleum product it doesn’t mix with water and as it is sticky in nature, it doesn’t easily gets disintegrated into fine droplets for this an emulsifier is used. Cutback bitumen is a range of binders that are produced by blending (mixing) penetration grade bitumen and a hydrocarbon solvent, such as paraffin or mineral turpentine. The primary aim of the modification of bitumen for use in structural layers is to increase the resistance of these layers to permanent deformation at high road temperatures without compromising the properties of these layers over the rest of the prevailing temperature range. • The use of polymer modified bitumen to obtain improved performance is rising as a result of increases in tire pressures, axle loads, and higher traffic volumes. • Improved performance can be achieved in two ways, both of which are aimed at reducing the permanent strain: • An increase in the elastic component with an associated reduction in the viscous component; and Stiffening of the bitumen to reduce the total viscoelastic response of the layer Asia Pacific is expected to be the fastest-growing market and is expected to witness gains at a CAGR of 3.0% from 2016 to 2024 in terms of volume. Government initiatives to construct roads to access rural areas is projected to propel the demand for bitumen over the forecast period. ). As a whole there is a good scope for new entrepreneur to invest in this business.
Plant capacity: Polymer Modified Bitumen:4.0 MT Per Day Bitumen Emulsion:8.0 MT Per Day Cutback Bitumen:8.0 MT Per DayPlant & machinery: 95 Lakh
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project:540 Lakh
Return: 30.00%Break even: 80.00%
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Set up a Manufacturing Plant of Transformer Oil from Base Oil. Opportunities in Petroleum Business.

Introduction: Transformer oil, also known as insulating oil, is a high-temperature stable oil with excellent electrical insulating properties. It's used in oil-filled transformers, high-voltage capacitors of various forms, fluorescent lamp ballasts, and high-voltage switches and circuit breakers. The oil analysis is the ultimate starting point for any transformer evaluation. It's an essential predictor of good health, much like blood tests in humans. Its functions include insulation, suppression of corona discharge and arcing, and cooling. Mineral oil is the most common base for transformer oil, but alternative formulations with improved engineering or environmental properties are gaining traction. Related Projects: - Transformer, Distribution Transformer, Electrical Transformer, Current Transformers, Voltage Stabilizers, Servo Controlled Stabilizer, UPS, Inverter, Power Inverters, Transformer Oil and Repair of Distribution, Power Transformer Transformer oils are extremely susceptible to contamination by water or other contaminants. Contamination of transformer oils by water, soil, or fibres results in a significant loss of electrical properties. Dust particles and textile fibres absorb moisture and orient themselves in an orientation or bridge to the associated high and low voltage sides, causing ‘arcing' and dielectric breakdown. When a transformer is in use, the oil is subjected to electrical and mechanical stresses. Chemical interactions with windings and other solid insulation, catalyzed by high operating temperatures, often cause contamination. Base Oil: Base oils are used to make lubricating greases, engine oil, and metal processing fluids, among other things. Different goods necessitate different oil compositions and properties. The viscosity of the liquid at different temperatures is one of the most significant factors. The concentration of base oil molecules, as well as how easily these can be removed, determine whether or not a crude oil is appropriate for making into a base oil. Related Books: - Petroleum, Greases, Petrochemicals, Lubricants The process of refining crude oil yields base oil. This refers to the heating of crude oil in order to distinguish different distillates from one another. Light and heavy hydrocarbons are separated during the heating process; the lighter ones can be processed to produce petrol and other fuels, while the heavier ones can be used to make bitumen and base oils. Uses of Transformer Oil: Insulating oil, also known as transformer oil, is an oil that stays stable at high temperatures. It's used in oil-filled transformers because of its high electrical insulating properties. It is a liquid insulation that is used in electrical power transformers to absorb heat produced by the transformers. Transformer oil serves a variety of purposes, the most important of which are high insulating and cooling properties. Transformer oil is a mineral-based oil with chemical properties and dielectric strength that is widely used in transformers. This oil serves as an insulator and a cooling agent in transformers. This high-temperature, high-resistance oil, also known as transformer oil or insulating oil, is used in many of the products that hold our modern world afloat. Transformer oil serves a variety of purposes, the most important of which is to protect transformers. Production Process: Dielectric Insulation or Transformer Oil Hydro finished base oils of group II + can be used to make oil and other oils for electrical machinery and installations. The base stocks are chosen based on the user's viscosity requirements. Pour point is also a crucial property for base oil selection in colder countries. Related Videos: - Petroleum and Petroleum Products Transformer oils are extremely susceptible to contamination by water or other contaminants. Contamination of transformer oils by water, soil, or fibres results in a significant loss of electrical properties. Dust particles and textile fibres absorb moisture and orient themselves in an orientation or bridge to the associated high and low voltage sides, causing ‘arcing' and dielectric breakdown. Though major breakdowns are uncommon and usually result in machine failure, small local arcs are common. It does not harm the system right away, but it does harm to the oil. Market Outlook: The global market for transformer oil is projected to rise at an annual rate of 8.3% until 2022, owing to increased demand from the power industry's transmission and distribution segment. The global transformer oil market was valued at USD 1.56 billion in 2016 and is projected to rise at an 11.5 percent annual rate between 2017 and 2025. Transformer oil products are in high demand due to the need to improve rural and urban infrastructure. Increased demand for electricity in developing and developed countries, as well as increased infrastructure spending for energy access, would drive the global transformer oil market. Because of the growing demand for new transformers, the growth of transformer oil manufacturers will be faster in emerging markets. Transformer oils are electrical insulating oils that are stable at high temperatures and serve two essential roles in a transformer: arc suppression and heat dissipation. Market Research: - Market Research Report Transformer oil's ability to perform these functions is primarily responsible for its acceptance, which drives market growth. One of the factors driving the transformer oil market's growth is its resistance to oxidation. Other important factors driving transformer oil market share include rural electrification, power grid expansion, and increased investment in the petrochemical industry. Transformer oil, also known as insulating oil, is an oil that has excellent insulating properties and is used in transformers. Transformer oil's primary purpose is to cool and insulate a transformer. Transformer oil has a high dielectric strength and temperature stability. Switchgears and circuit breakers, as well as distribution and power transformers, use transformer oil. Key Players: 1. BASF SE 2. Dairen Chemical Corporation 3. Nynas AB 4. Ergon Inc. 5. Valvoline 6. PetroChina Company Ltd 7. Sinopec Corporation 8. Cargill Inc. For More Details: https://www.entrepreneurindia.co/project-and-profile-listing?CatId=92&SubCatId=92&CatName=Transformer,%20Distribution%20Transformer
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Return: 1.00%Break even: N/A
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Most Successful Business Idea in Production of Bitumen (Polymer Modified Bitumen, Bitumen Emulsion, Cutback Bitumen). Increasing demand for bitumen in building of national roads, highways, and airport pathways.

Introduction Bitumen is a black or dark-colored (solid, semi-solid, viscous), amorphous, cementitious substance that comes in a variety of types, including rock asphalt, natural bitumen, tar, and petroleum bitumen (bitumen derived from oil). Bitumen can be found in a variety of forms in nature, including rough, easily crumbled bitumen found in rock asphalt and softer, more viscous material found in tar sands and asphalt 'lakes.' Bitumen may also be obtained by petroleum processing; in this case, bitumen is simply the residue left over after a petroleum distillation operation. While natural bitumen exists, the world currently relies on petroleum for all purposes. This is how the content has been made for over a century. Related Project: Production of Bitumen (Polymer Modified Bitumen, Bitumen Emulsion, Cutback Bitumen) Polymer Modified Bitumen (PMB) is a form of specially designed and engineered bitumen that is used to make pavement, heavy-duty roads, and home roofing solutions that can withstand severe weather. PMB is bitumen with a polymer applied to it, giving it added resilience, cohesion, and resistance to fatigue, stripping, and deformations, making it a good choice for infrastructure. Bitumen Emulsion is a combination of fine bitumen droplets and water. However, since bitumen is a petroleum product, it does not mix with water and is sticky, it is difficult to disintegrate into fine droplets. An emulsifier is used to solve this problem. A surface-active agent is what an emulsifier is. By preventing the bitumen from mixing with other droplets, the emulsifier holds it in its fine droplet state. Since the droplets are so tiny, they float in water. “As a result, bitumen emulsion is a dispersed substance made up of three components: water, bitumen, and emulsion.” Cutback Bitumen: Bitumen that has been dissolved in a solvent is known as cutback bitumen (liquid bitumen). Naphtha, gasoline, kerosene, white spirit, and other solvents are popular. The form of solvent determines the curing time, while the volume determines the Cutback Bitumen's viscosity. Depending on the solvent used, cutbacks are classified as either Rapid-Curing (RC) or Medium-Curing (MC). They're also given a number that shows the cutback's minimum kinematic viscosity (fluidity). Related books: - Petroleum, Greases, Lubricants, Petro Chemicals, Wax, Polishes and Petro Products Formulation and Technology Uses The building industry uses the most processed bitumen. It is primarily used in the paving and roofing industries. Bitumen is used as a binder in asphalt for highways, runways, parking lots, and foot paths, accounting for 85 percent of all bitumen generated. Gravel and crushed rock are combined with dense bitumen to keep it together before being added to roads. Because of its waterproofing properties, bitumen is used in the roofing industry for 10% of all bitumen used worldwide. In different construction materials such as carpet tile backing and paint, 5% of bitumen is used for sealing and insulating purposes. Bitumen has a variety of secondary applications in addition to these primary ones. Soundproofing, explosives, mildew safety, a briquette binder, a mirror backing, shoe soles, fence post coating, and soil stabilization are some other examples. Related videos: - Petroleum and Petroleum Products Production Process Distillation The fractional distillation of crude oil produces bitumen. Distillation is usually performed in two stages. The crude oil is first heated to 300-350°C before entering an atmospheric distillation column. At different heights in the column, lighter fractions such as naphtha, kerosene, and gas oil are isolated from crude oil. Heavy residue refers to the heaviest fractions remaining at the bottom of the column. The long residue is heated to 350-400 degrees Celsius before being poured into a vacuum distillation column. Since the equivalent temperature (temperature under atmospheric conditions) is much higher when using reduced pressure, it is possible to distil lighter products from the residue further. Thermal decomposition/cracking of the heavy residue would occur if the second distillation was carried out under atmospheric conditions and the temperature was raised above 400°C. The short residue at the bottom of the column is used as a feedstock for the production of bitumen. Propane De-Asphalting Bitumen can also be made by propane deasphalting, but the properties of propane deasphalted bitumen vary from those created by vacuum distillation from the same feedstock Propane deasphalting may also reduce a residuum even further, resulting in a bituminous product with lower viscosity, higher ductility, and higher temperature susceptibility than other bitumen, though such properties are likely to be crude oil based. Low-bitumen-content crude oils, which are typically different in form and source from those refined by distillation of higher-yield crude oils, are traditionally subjected to propane deasphalting. Related videos: - Petroleum and Petroleum Products Air Blowing In batch and continuous processes, air blowing can change the properties of bitumen. The preparation of bitumen in liquid form by blending (cutting back) bitumen with a petroleum distillate fraction, on the other hand, is common and is usually done in tanks with air agitation coils, a mechanical stirrer, or a vortex mixer. At the bottom of a blowing column, air is heated to 150–250°C and introduced. It then migrates to the top of the column via the bitumen. Bitumen with a different combination of molecular structures results from the chemical reactions. This process can be influenced by catalysts. Visbreaking Heavy products, such as bitumen, have a lower market value than light products. Visbreaking is a technique for converting heavy products (such as crude oil distillation residue or even very heavy crude oils) into lighter ones. To do so, heat the crude oil or residue to 450 degrees Celsius and hold it there for 1 to 20 minutes. A large number of molecular structures are broken down into smaller structures during this period. The visbreaking process's output (VB product) is usually distilled further. Related projects:- Bitumen, Base Oil, Crude Oil, Fuel Oils, Lubricating Oils, Gear Oils, Kerosene Projects Market Outlook Major grades such as paving, oxidized, cutback, emulsion, PMB, and others make up the commodity category. From 2019 to 2026, PMB is expected to develop at a rate of over 4.5 percent. Because of their superior quality and longevity, PMB are commonly used in road construction as well as building and construction. To change the properties of bitumen, different materials are added, such as thermoplastic elastomers like styrene polymers and rubber, thermoplastic polymers like ethylene copolymers, polyethylene, and polypropylene, and thermosetting polymer resins. Related Books:- BOOKS & DATABASES The addition of these polymers in trace amounts, either mechanically or chemically, increases the elasticity and tensile strength of the material, extending its fatigue life. Despite the fact that PMB is a newcomer to the bitumen industry, it will take a long time for it to gain traction. Because of increasing construction and road maintenance all over the world, particularly in Asia Pacific, the paving segment contributed significantly to the overall market and will maintain its share. Because of the type of manufacturing technique and the properties that result, various bitumen types find a broader application in the building and industrial sectors. Market Research: - Market Research Report Penetration graded bitumen products are what paving is known as. It's made from carefully chosen crude oils and refining processes that are meticulously controlled. Asphalt cements and liquid asphalts are the two main types of paving bitumen available on the market. Cement paving grades are semi-solid asphalts that can also be heated into a fluid state. After that, the fluid type is sprayed or combined with other substances. Annual global vehicle sales reached 96.8 million units in 2017 and are projected to rise to 125.5 million units by the end of the forecast period, necessitating the construction of more and better roads. As a result, the market for paving products for roadway applications will be high and will continue to grow in the future. Profile- Project Reports & Profiles Few Indian Major Players: • Pure Bitumen • ASIAN BITUMEN COMPANY • Fondement Bitumenous Industries Pvt Ltd • Apilux Paint Factory in Howrah, Kolkata, West Bengal • S N CHEMICALS • New Zeal Constructions • Kudrat Enterprise For more details: https://www.entrepreneurindia.co/project-and-profile-details/Production%20of%20Bitumen%20(Polymer%20Modified%20Bitumen,%20Bitumen%20Emulsion,%20Cutback%20Bitumen)
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